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I enjoyed reading the above article and agree with what was said.
But, Zosia Kmietowicz only seems to be concerned about consultants being affected by this and completely missed the many of us GPs, who are also hit by the pension tax and, like myself, are retiring early as result.
I guess, there will always be a divide between primarily and secondary care?